- London Bridge Status September 2016
- London Bridge status late August 2016
- Farewell Tooley Street Offices
- East Croydon Platform Raising
- East Kent Re-signalling April 2016
- London Bridge status April 2016
- Lancing Footbridge Refurbishment
- Crossrail- Abbey Wood Takes Shape
- RVEL Ultra 73 Progress
- Rochester's New Station January 2016
- London Bridge status January 2016
- London Bridge status December 2015
- London Bridge status October 2015
- London Bridge status September 2015
- London Bridge - What A Difference 363 Days Makes!
- London Bridge status June 2015
- London Bridge status May 2015
- Kent Coast Infrastructure March 2015
- London Bridge status March 2015
- London Bridge status February 2015
- Platform 0 at Redhill
- GB Railfreight Class 73/9s down south
- Snow & Ice Treatment Trains
- Crossrail Abbey Wood Progress
- Themed Hoarding Waterloo P21&22
- London Bridge After January 10th 2015
- London Bridge Prior to January 10th 2015
- Track Re-laying at Wimbledon 2015
- London Bridge Signal Box -
End of Whole Station Operation December 2014
- Former Cig MBSO at Edinburgh
- Waterloo Platforms 21 & 22 Open
- RVEL Ultra 73
- Loco Hauled De-icers 2013
- Refurbished GLV De-Icers: A Closer Look
- Refreshed GLV De-Icers Appear
- 73141 Named Twice!
- GLV De-Icers In Service
- GLV De-Icers Test Trips
Farewell Tooley Street Offices
all photographs on this page are by Ashley Saunders
Probably ignored or not even noticed by countless passengers at London Bridge station over the years the Victorian offices of the South Eastern Railway 64-84 Tooley Street, despite being in a Conservation Area, are soon to be demolished as part of the Thameslink Project and Re-development of London Bridge Station to create a spacious new entrance to the station and its new sub-platform concourse.
(above) Tooley Street offices are the building to the right of platform 1, with the faded green windows.
(below) The former South Eastern Railway offices from street level in Tooley Street. Opinion varies as to whether this is an attractive building but it is certainly a good representative of a functional industrial building of the Victorian Era, many of which have disappeared from this area of London.
(above) The front door of the offices.
(below) Decorative SER stonework at a corner of the building, below the parapet. The Webmaster is not sure if architecturally this counts as a Corbel as it cannot be bearing weight. Actually the Webmaster is far more taken with the decorative brick/or tile facings.
Earlier aspects of the re-development of London Bridge Station: